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district. ktvu's ken pritchett just arrived on the scene and joins us now with what he learned. ken? >> reporter: information just coming out now, we talked to san francisco police and here is what they tell us, the shooting took place at 3:45 p.m. here in the bay view. as you said, one man shot and killed. we are hearing that san francisco police arrived on scene, transported the man to the hospital where he died. no description on the shooter. we have video that shows you a look at the scene. where we are it is just over a hill. you can see evidence technicians, police officers looking at tags on it ground. evidence tags where the shooting took place. i talked to an officer on the scene, he says there is no suspect description at this point, they have a description of a suspect or suspects which they describe as vague. we talked to a neighbor here who says she heard six gun shots this afternoon here at this location. and she said she believes the person who was shot was a man in his 20s. again that is coming from neighbors. no confirmation yet on the age or identity of the victim
it happen these three supervisors came together and they essentially made it happen with the support of ken rich and others and public health and so many others. lou's penetration, his workability, i have to say, when they got close and i heard they got close, i had to go down and get that clam chowder and sour dough bread to assure myself that it was happening in our city. it takes strong personalities, it takes incredible amount of effort to depoliticized these issues. by the way, when you hear the real stories and they will probably come out, somebody will leak something, there was more than one time where everybody felt justified in walking away and i'm glad they found reasons to come back because these are important for our city and the needs of this area. it would not have been done without the board of supervisors and gaining the insight lou was creating for us. i would like to let the supervisor speak to what their passion was in keeping their focus together on it, but to say to you that it's an incredible time for the city. these are major health care institutions that we have. th
to single out ken rich. i don't know why you are on the rope back there. c'mon up here. if anyone deserves and applause, it's ken. ken represent the mayor's office in all of our meetings. i think we talked earlier today. we met approximately 40 different times since the fall. all of us agree with the board of supervisors that none of us have spent more time on any single projects as elected officials than we have on c pmc. that's why we are so proud. i would like to thank cpmc, and mike brown and who we have got tone to know so well in the past few months. it took a tremendous effort, good faith on all sides and i look forward to working with all of us and most importantly to lou gerardo who is in front of you. he's not only the most famous baker, but i will tell you straight up, if it weren't for him, we would not have gotten through this process. it was lou gerardo who put this together. thank you so much for all your efforts. >> so i will briefly touch on the elements of this deal that are incredibly significant. first of all cathedral hill and new campus for cpmc, originally it was g
is being cooperative and is denying any involvement. he has d or charged. >>> ken bastida is in boston tonight. he arrived late tonight. he is in the downtown area. ken, we're just wondering what your first impressions were. >> reporter: hi, allen. we're in the downtown area right now. it's amazingly quiet, almost like a ghost town, except for the occasional police car going by. there is no traffic. most of this area of the city is closed off right now. and it will remain closed because it is, as you guys know, an active crime scene. now, when we left san francisco, we weren't sure that we were going to be able to get into boston, because they were telling us that there was a ground hold on many of the aircraft that were coming into the area while they checked out security at logan airport. well, we were able to get off, and we did get into boston without any problem. airport security is out there, but it is not overwhelming at this hour, as you can imagine, there aren't too many flights coming in right now. the real story is the downtown
will come in. they brought in ken fineburg to see how they're disbursed. they're meant for the vicks' families, right, or any of those affected by the attacks? >> yes. it's called boston one fund.org. go to the internet and read about the fund. the money will all go to the victims. >> neil: we're keeping -- continue. >> the money will go to all the victims of this disaster. our office actually borders the street that this happened on. so we heard the explosions and the window and it was an unbelievable site. i'll never forget just seeing the crowd and seeing people run towards the victim. they didn't run away from the bomb site. they ran toward them. and it will be with me forever. >> neil: boston, for a good while yesterday, was in a state of lockdown. nearly a million folks behind their doors and doing what authorities said. that had to be weird because these images we were getting out of boston, it looked like a ghost town. >> yeah. it was quite a scene. it was amazing the cooperation of the citizenry, both in apprehending the folks, the videos that came in and everybody abided by
conversation about jewish summer camps. joining us are ken kramer, executive director of camp tawonga, along with jamie simon, camp director. welcome. >> thanks for having us. >> thanks for having us. >> what is camp tawonga? >> great question. let's start with the place. the camp is a former native american village on the river next to yosemite national park. it's been kind of a sacred gathering place for thousand of years. and today it's a place where the jewish community gathers, about 1200 children every summer, for, i would say, life transforming appearances. >> we were founded in 1925 and we've had the same mission ever since. and the mission really guides everything we do. so there's kind of four parts. the first part being we want to raise children to have positive self image and self esteem. we train counselors to bring out the best in each kid and hopefully leave kids feeling better with about who they are than when they got there. the second part is building a cooperative community. it starts in the bunk. there are 12 children in a bunk and they have to compromise, live together,
petro head ken block. we have seen ken block and his ways before. now he heads on over to russia where driving like a maniac is pretty much standard. ken covers this whole video with his go-pro. he has dozens of go-pros, every last angle of this is captured. you ever wanted to get creative using the go-pro, take a look at this. blasting through the snowy forest, no problem for ken block. ♪ >> like a 36 degree array cameraaround him. >> there are cameras everywhere. >> eventually gets on the ski slopes and harasses at least one skier. the camera on the skier and this is all lots of fun to watch. want to see the entire things go to rightthisminute.com and click on best of rtm. >>> this one is from andy and tony miller, big fans of the show and posted this on our facebook page. they said that this desert tortoise wondered into their yard and they thought their bishon charlie would attack it. not the case. it is the tortoise off the dog. >> he is going to get you if you don't look out. he will come get you. >> it is a slow chase. >> what i love are the owners being tickled about it. >> h
's wife of 26 years, rachel robinson, and historian and documentary filmmaker ken burns. documentary filmmaker ken burns. >>> and good sunday morning the excuse my laryngitis. on tuesday a bipartisan group of senators will present its long-awaited plan for immigration reform, the so-called gang of eight, has wrapped up months of negotiations and will present a bill that includes a pathway to citizenship for many of the 11 million immigrants who are here without documentation. with us now the man at the center of bringing this group together, republican senator from florida, marco rubio. senator, welcome back to "meet the press." >> thank you. thanks for having me. >> i have to apologize for sounding like peter brady from "the brady bunch" this morning. i'm a little under the weather to bear with me. >> that's fine, i just thought you were getting emotional. >> let's get to immigration and the so-called gang of eight. if we were to sum up this proposal it would be to beef up border security, at the same time create a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants now in the country. wh
threats and direct intervention by the republican state attorney general ken cuccinelli to force the board of health to reverse their earlier ruling on this issue to close the clinics so they end up where they ended up today. the state health commissioner resigned in protest of the pressure. resigned in protest of the new requirements that are designed to be difficult if not impossible to comply with. she said she could no longer fulfill her role as state health commissioner, quote, in good faith. but today ken cuccinelli, the attorney general now in the republican party's candidate for governor this year, ken cuccinelli got what he wanted in virginia. the board of health in that state passed the rules to shut down virginia's clinics. after the vote protesters shouted "shame, shame." you see they're holding up little cardboard faces there. those are faces that are supposed to make them look like ken cuccinelli. little images of ken cuccinelli's head. as if to remind their fellow virginians of ken cuccinelli's role in this act. the board of health member, this next clip you're about to see,
of american families. thank you for listening. enjoy the rest of your weekend. lex meant, ken burns talks about his latest documentary, -- , ken burns talks about his latest documentary, the central arc five. -- the central park five. republican senator randy paul said this week -- spoke this week at howard university. he talked about the gop's support for civil rights after the civil war, private school vouchers, drug laws and mandatory minutes from -- and mandatory minimum sentencing. you can watch sunday on c-span at 7:05 pm eastern. let orphaned at 11, she lived with her favorite uncle, james buchanan, years later, he becomes president and because he is not married, she served as white house hostess. she is the first to be called first lady on a regular basis and is so popular she sets trends in clothing and children and ships are named after her. a look at her life and her predecessor. , monday night, my deadline :00 eastern on c-span and c-span three. also on c-span radio and the network. click ken burns was the feature d speaker. fivefilm "the central park gi ." he talks about the
. more than 2,000 so far. and while the search continues for the killer, ken has new information about the victims. he's live in boston tonight. ken. >> hi, elizabeth. we are outside children's hospital of boston right now. little bit of good news tonight. we told you last evening about 12-year-old aaron martinez. he is continuing to improve this evening. hospitals officials telling us that he has shrapnel wounds to his lower extremities. one of the wounds is quite severe, and he will require more surgery. he is going to have to stay here in boston for at least another week so he can recover. meanwhile tonight, a -- a big memorial to the blast victims. it continues to grow, people coming out tonight with candles, making signs, flowers, a quite windy night in boston, but that didn't stop people from coming sxout paying their respects to those who were injured, those who have been killed. that's the sad part of this story, that several people did not survive the bomb blasts yesterday, including one eight-year-old boy in boston, and he as well as the other victims are being remembered ton
together and make it a viable entity. ken mali in the back there, the immediate chair and was instrumental in working with lieutenant governor in making this public service announcement which i'm really proud to say i think will give a real shot in the arm to the association as well as to jurors and the jury in general going forward. karen cansino, very instrumental in the distribution of our gazette, we're putting the gazette -- it was in the examiner two weeks ago. 130,000 copies distributed around the city. so, hopefully it fell in the hands of 130,000 people. and we are also distributing in all the libraries around the city. and while in speaking engagements, we talk about the civil grand jury. it is an excellent outreach item for us. we also have hal smith who is on the board [speaker not understood], and our current foreperson, mark [speaker not understood]. would you like to say anything about your jury service? >> well, i'm very grateful, one, to be selected. two, to have an incredible group of jurors to work with, representative of all aspects of san francisco communities and educ
threats made earlier this week. ktvu's ken pritchett spoke with the police chief and is in antioch with what the chief is telling him. ken? >> reporter: a three bomb threats were phoned in this morning to schools. two here at deer valley high school. after the threats were made this morning they arrestea student here on campus who they linked to five bomb threats this week. >> reporter: the bomb threats at deer valley high school may not have been real but he says they were disruptive. >> it has been hectic. everybody has been onagy over -- on edge. >> any call we receive, all the calls are taken seriously. >> reporter: he says the bomb threats were a drain on resources and says the 16-year- old student arrested just after noon today at deer valley high school faces felony charges. >> had the phone number the call came from, we had audio recordings and received information from students at deer valley high school. >> reporter: the chief has high praise for the students who came forward and for the school district. he says in his final class of the day his teacher announced the arre
was stabbed to death in her home in calaveras county. ken wayne is live from the girl ally school where classmates and teachers are planning a special tribute tonight. good afternoon, ken. >> reporter: good afternoon. there's gonna be a candlelight vigil here at the school at 7:00. you look over my shoulder. you can see school is in session -- school is in session. the flag is at half-half at the school. 610 -- at half-staff at the school. 610 students attend her. 92 children were kept home by their parents. things appear to be slowly returning to normal even though there's still a law enforcement presence here. parents seem to be holding onto their children a little bit tighter today and school officials say they are doing what they can to get through this crisis. >> we've lost students to illness, suicide, car accidents but nothing this senseless, tragic and shocking, given the nature of the homicide and i think what adds to it the assailant is still at charge. >> we're a down of 7,000. we don't even lock our doors. all of that has changed. in fact, we were out of town and our next do
of the boston police department. in boston tonight still shock and disbelief. kpix's ken is joining us now. >> reporter: hi, allen. you can see behind me they've set up a shrine to remember the folks hurt and even killed during yesterday's marathon. there is a lot of shock and disbelief. a lot of people asking who is responsible for that. a lot of people beginning to react with emotion. boston became a shrine today for the victims of the deadly blast as thousands gathered to get a street with debrises. swat teams and national guard teams had a high presence at hotels and businesses. at the airports runners and their families began checking in for their flights home. many are still dealing with the shock and emotion. >> i heard the first one and i thought it was a canon ball or something. it was really sad. i felt sad for the families who were there and that could have been my grand kids watching. >> reporter: the other people on the course running and the people waiting for them. you can imagine the angst they felt. his wife was emotional as well this morning saying she didn't know who he
goodrich in for liz. >> and i'm ken bastida. parents, please, no gun violence at your child's little league game. that may sound like a ridiculous request, but ann notarangelo tells us that is exactly the deal that was required to get kids back on the field tonight. >> reporter: baseball is back. the cardinals and yankees, not a moment too soon. >> we're ready to play. >> reporter: 200 little leaguers were temporarily benched last week after a noninjury shooting in the parking lot during a game, after a father and a relative got into an argument. >> i knew it would happen but just didn't think it would happen on a baseball field where little kids are playing. >> reporter: baseball is america's game. here they say it's the only game. >> they were heartbroken, you know. they want to play baseball. there's nothing out here for them really to do positive. it's the only thing. >> reporter: sports, especially baseball, is often a metaphor for life, which makes it all that much more important for the little kids to get back on the field. >> littl
tell, i think you are going to enjoy it. our guest tonight is ken burns documentarina. and by that i mean a person who only eats documentaries. [ laughter ] strict document arian. big news out of washington on the gun control front. >> the first big bipartisan breakwillthrough on gun legisla. >> breakthrough this morning on gun control. >> jon: it's oh, my god -- they finally invented a gun that kills other guns. [ laughter ] and won't fire if you are crazy. can't they do that? can't they invent a gun that doesn't fire if you are crazy? [laughter] it was a bipartisan gun control proposal. i'm being about to show you something. these two senators manchin of west virginia, toomey of pennsylvania represent different parties and they are going to stand together on television within striking distance of each other and yet they will not fight. let's hear what they have to say. >> back home where i come from we have common sense, nonsense and now we have gunsense. >> jon: interesting he brings up gunsense, i actually saw that off broadway in the 90s. and it was terrible. [ laughter ] but i'
service byteleso >> next filmmaker ken burns talks about his latest documentary, the central park five. hilly inton talks about state women's rights. after that, cheea clinton moderates a panel of women entrepreneurs in technology. award winning documentary film maker ken burns was featured speaker at the national press club lunch and discusses the completion of his latest project called "the central park five." it tells the story of five african-american and latino teenagers who were wrongly con victed of raping a female jogger in new york city's central park in 1989. the documentary premieres next tuesday on pbs. this is about an hour. >> good afternoon, and welcome to the national press club. greling-king la and a reporter for bloomberg news. we are the worrell's leading professional organization for journalists committed to our profession's future through programming with the events such as this. while fostering a free press worldwide. for more information about the national press club please visit our website atress.org. to donate to programs offered to the public through our na
those injured or killed in last week's tragic attacks. so ken feinberg, who has the job of making sure those who need the money get the money and get it fast, but using what strikes some as confusing math to answer the question he him raises in his best-selling book, what is life worth? very happy to have this gentleman on with me. ken feinberg, very good to have you. >> thank you. >> neil: first of all, someone who is -- after 9/11, what too you make of the story about finding landing gear of the plane that hit the building? >> nothing surprises me anymore about 9/11, that horrible day, the aftermath, years later. just defies belief. >> neil: it is amazing. makes you wonder how much more they'll discover. i know there are different cases of each of the compensation funds you handled, some publicly administered, federal taxes, and some privately administered, i believe is the case for the one fund for the boston attacks. what is your criteria? i desi know it depends on the crisis inch this case, right to this case, how do you decide who gets what? >> like aurora, like virginia tech, ho
to the department of city planning, i saw brian strong here early and ken rich from the mayor's office. a whole host of people, and we have john green who is our department captain, who earlier this morning gave a very special blessing upstairs in the dining facility to all the members at station 1 and for blessing this building and all the work done here. few other folks that i would like to acknowledge, local 798, the men and women presented by tom o'connor behind me, thank you, tom. as well as some of his members of the executive board here, thanks very much to local 798. there is two retired deputies here. i have seen this happen. i'm grateful they came back because it's this early phase, he got us where we are at today. thank you very much. [ applause ] and also retired deputy chief of operation patrick guard who was a member of station one 1 gaevend us -- gave us a lot of input. most of my command staff is behind me. just like when you go out and run a call you count on each other as a team. i couldn't stand here doing what i do without the team behind me. i would like to acknowledge all the
, rachel robinson, as well as dumentary filmmaker ken burns. we'll also hear from harrison ford who stars in the new robinson film "42" playing the man who made robinson's story possible all coming up. [ male announcer ] ok, here's the way the system works. let's say you pay your guy around 2% to manage your money. that's not much you think. except it's 2% every year. does that make a difference? search "cost of financial advisors" ouch. over time it really adds up. then go to e-trade and find out how much our advice costs. spoiler alert: it's low. really? yes, really. e-trade offers investment advice and guidance from dedicated, professional financial consultants. it's guidance on your terms, not ours. that's how our system works. e-trade. less for us. more for you. [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ge has wired their medical hardware with innovative software to be in many places at the same time. using data to connect patients to software, to nurses to the right people and machines. ♪ helping hospitals treat people even better, wh
to have tie to any terror groups. ted wane has new develo right now. ken. >> gasia the fbi says the surviving brother dzhokhar tsarnaev suffered gunshot wound on his neck and head and hand. today of the marathon of the at. >> in the complaint the fbi says the dzhokhar tsarnaev have seen dropping off one of the backpack believed to contain a bomb near the marathon route and used a cell phone. aster fied people run from the blast dzhokhar tsarnaev calmly walking from the other direction seen on the video. >> at this point it looks like a lot f evidence but the ju department will lead the investigation, i have no doubt, they'll make sure that we have the full truth on what happened. >> after interrogating dzhokhar tsarnaev, officials say appeared to brothers were motivated by religious faith and do not have connections to terrorist groups. >> i have not seen any intelligence that would make such a length but as you know all of the facts are not in. >> the affidavit says -- what was worn by the suspect during the bombing. in the meantime there are questions of the older brother of t
'm ken bastida, kpix 5. >> ken, obviously, security tight there in boston. but tomorrow the president comes to town. have you seen any signs that it's tightening up because of that? >> reporter: you know, the only thing we saw today was just a reluctance by, you know, federal investigators to really talk much about who this guy is or what he was doing and exactly, you know, what they know about the case. as far as the president's visit, they haven't had too much advance information coming from the feds or from investigators about that. and certainly, you know, security here is tight enough for everybody. anybody including the president of the united states. >> they will keep details to themselves. ken bastida, thanks. >>> kpix 5's ann notarangelo shows us how a community is rallying behind a bay area's sixth grader injured in the boston attack. ann. >> reporter: and juliette, mountain mike's is one of just a handful of restaurants and businesses in martinez holding fundraisers for aaron hern's family. the hern family is very well known in this area. they have done a lot for the com
to reform. ken? >> reporter: we talked to some of the more than 50 students who are leaving for washington d.c. tonight to participate in the march tomorrow. this group, their demands are nothing short of full citizenship for undocumented immigrants. >> reporter: they gathered curb side at oakland international airport. >> i'm so excited, super pumped. >> reporter: corbin haley is one traveling to washington d.c. to have their voices heard. >> they should have everything we have if they call it home. >>> we expect tens of thousands of people out there tomorrow marching. >> reporter: yvette remember it is 2006 march. it was a powerful win that did not get what they wanted. the repom package is imminent. senator feinstein said it's near. for done students that want full citizenship for 11 million people, they're concerned it will fall short. >> the devil is in the details. what the legislation says can make all the difference. >> reporter: students
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